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So then in the Experiment...What is the Pattern observed Right in-between both slits?
How come Particles aren't dumb enuff to just smash against the wall space between both slits?
Aren't they always supposed to behave n follow a straight path?
How do They mischievously curve n choose slits?
Like, is there a vertical line pattern at the recording area which is also incidentally parallel to the area between both the slits?
Do They go through the Wall between both Slits?
But i watched a silly video in which an intellectual man did shoot Singled Out Electrons & said & showed they were going thru the Slits.He also showed Single Point Dots of where they Hit.Multiple Hits did make the Wave Pattern.
Dots appear one after another n then slowly the pattern emerges.
Are they using accurate & precise Lasers or out of focus torchlites?
Why would a Beam curve to go through a Slit?
But i watched a silly video in which an intellectual man did shoot Singled Out Electrons & said & showed they were going thru the Slits.
I did shoot Singled Out photons & said & showed they were going thru the Slits.
So passing a superpositioned wave of particles through a double - slit & observing an obvious wave pattern in the background is unexpected?
The moment a particle is measured, the wave function collapses.Duality.
By the way, Why does He say Atoms?
Quote from: Zer0 on 22/08/2021 01:28:19So passing a superpositioned wave of particles through a double - slit & observing an obvious wave pattern in the background is unexpected?I couldn't find where he said that word. It is expected now, but wasn't when all this was first discovered, sure. It isn't expected if you use classical rules, which means there is no classical explanation.Yes, the video upload is approx 8 years ago.👍QuoteBy the way, Why does He say Atoms?They shoot atoms (fairly large molecules even) through the slits and still get the interference pattern. Turns out everything has a wavelength, even you.
So...Atoms...singled out streamed in a straight line one after the other, aimed right in the centre point of both slits, still pass through & end up making a Wave Pattern.For Real?😯Hmm...so, i do not understand quantum mechanics.WoW!
The Electron Beam Gun pointing
Wave–particle duality is frequently the first topic students encounter in elementary quantumphysics. Although this phenomenon has been demonstrated with photons, electrons, neutrons, andatoms, the dual quantum character of the famous double-slit experiment can be best explained withthe largest and most classical objects, which are currently the fullerene molecules. Thesoccer-ball-shaped carbon cages C60 are large, massive, and appealing objects for which it is clearthat they must behave like particles under ordinary circumstances. We present the results of amultislit diffraction experiment with such objects to demonstrate their wave nature. The experimentserves as the basis for a discussion of several quantum concepts such as coherence, randomness,complementarity, and wave–particle duality. In particular, the effect of longitudinal ~spectral!coherence can be demonstrated by a direct comparison of interferograms obtained with a thermalbeam and a velocity selected beam in close analogy to the usual two-slit experiments using light.
Fig. 1. The double-slit experiment is the prototype experiment demonstrating the wave–particle duality in quantum mechanics. ~a! A wave impingingon a wall with one sufficiently small slit will spread out behind this obstacle.An explanation based on Huygen’s principle tells us that each point in thewave front can be imagined as being a source of a spherical wavelet. Thefields of many such sources interfere on the screen and form the single slitpattern. ~b! If we open a second slit, which sees the same wave as the firstone, the field amplitude at a sufficiently long distance from the slits drops tozero at specific points: we observe destructive interference due to the overlap of wave troughs and hills. ~c! Which pattern can we expect if we replacethe continuous source by one that emits quanta, that is, discrete packages ofenergy and/or mass that are well localized in space and time in the source?Can a single particle as massive as a buckyball acquire information of twospatially separate locations?
So...in what State of Matter is the Atom itself?
Atom have Charges, Mass, Volume, Inertia n stuff.
There are ' Images ' of actual atoms through a scanning tunneling microscope.
If still a Wave Pattern keeps emerging, then are there some sorta waves prevalent all over throughout the universe since it's beginning?
What happens when vertical slits are made horizontal?
What happens when different pixelated light sources are arranged in the Wave Pattern & then light is sent like in reverse from recording wall, back through the slits, & towards the gun/emmiter/barrel.Do all those light beams converge at the Crosshair?
This video gives a different perspective on a more than 200 years old experiment and discusses in detail both the experiment itself, as well as the quantum mechanics behind it. In the video I show you how you can use a microscope to visualize the wave propagation and the development of the spatial probability distribution for the multi- and single photon experiment.Contents:0:09 General Introduction0:58 Result preview3:26 Experimental5:02 Diffraction in quantum mechanics 6:19 Manufacture of the slits7:43 Single-photon experiment theory11:15 Single photon experiment results11:51 The quantum mechanics of the dual slit19:54 After thoughts on interference and "which path"21:43 The 44 slit experiment (linear zone plate)22:36 Result 44 slit single photon experimentAs a basis for the graphic explanation of experiment, I mostly used the "Copenhagen Intepretation" of the experiment, but then served in my own special sauce. Anyway, hope you enjoy it.
Quote from: Zer0 on 22/08/2021 01:28:19The moment a particle is measured, the wave function collapses.Duality.No, human vanity imposing a classical mesoscopic model (particles and waves) on a microscopic phenomenon. The collapsing wave function is a mathematical model of what happens, not a statement of fact.